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More prosecutions for rioting expected Listen
Senior Counsel, Ronny Tong, says there could be more prosecutions against people who participate in riots in future. He says this message was sent out clearly following the conviction of three men who took part in the riots in Mong Kok on Lunar New Year Day last year. Tong says people who take part in demonstrations should ensure that they do not breach the peace. He tells Annemarie Evans that he hopes the next government could listen to people with grievances so that they would not resort to violence.
Duterte faces impeachment complaint Listen
The Philippine President, Rodrigo Duterte, is facing his first formal impeachment complaint. He's accused of breaching the constitution and of human rights abuses in connection with thousands of extra-judicial killings of drug-users. Gary Alejano - an opposition lawmaker - conceded his impeachment drive was unlikely to succeed, but he said he hoped it would allow more Filipinos to speak out against what he called abuse of power. RTHK's Manila correspondent, Alan Robles, speaks to Annemarie Evans about the case.
HK rugby sevens team to compete under new coach Listen
Hong Kong's rugby sevens team will get their first competitive action under new coach, Paul John, when the Borneo Sevens kicks off this weekend. The tournament is a good tune-up for the squad ahead of next month's Hong Kong Sevens. John, who is currently in Malaysia, tells Ben Tse about his impression of the Hong Kong team.